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Art 180’s summer teen program at Virginia Rep

Teen artists from Art 180’s summer programs will showcase their video and radio projects during Play/Pause at 6:00 PM on Tuesday, August 5, 2014, at Virginia Repertory Theater.

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2014 – 2015 Virginia Repertory Theatre season subscriptions are now available

Purchase your 2014 – 2015 Signature Season subscription and start enjoying first class productions in our neighborhood at the Sara Belle and Neil November Theatre at Virginia Rep Center.

TEDxRVA announces final speakers

Over 20 national and local speakers will convene to “re:___” RVA.

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Tartuffe at Virginia Rep’s November Theatre

Are you still trying to make plans for Valentine’s Day? Stay in the neighborhood and watch a performance of Tartuffe at Virginia Rep’s November Theatre. During opening weekend, save $8 on tickets by using promo code TARTUFFEXO.

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It’s beginning to look a lot like Mother’s Day! And by that, I mean that I guess Mother’s Day looks grey and rainy. This weather has got to go. Luckily the sun’ll come out tomorrow, along with a lot of new things to do.

Raising Richmond: Mozart for the moppets (sort of)

Fresh off its holiday production of Madeline’s Christmas, Virginia Repertory Theatre continues the 2012-2013 Children’s Theatre of Virginia Season with a kid-friendly take on a classical…well…classic.

Raising Richmond: What would Young TJ do?

Be awesome and relevant and inspire your kids to do great things, that’s what!

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The Down Home Family Reunion is jumpin’ and the Social Media Club attendance is high. Oh, the walking tours are rich (in culture), and Gwar is good-looking, so hush, little Richmonder, don’t you cry about having nothing to do.

Barksdale and Theatre IV join to create Virginia Repertory Theatre

Two of the area’s leading theaters have announced that they will be merging. What economic impact will they have, and just how important are these theater companies to Central Virginia?